NEW YORK, July 31 (Reuters) - COMEX gold futures closed a touch lower on Wednesday, reversing field at midday after the U.S. dollar firmed and a closely watched mining stocks index weakened, dealers and analysts said. Even though news of disappointing U.S. second quarter economic growth kept equities pinned in the red, safe-haven gold lacked strength. "You had a bit of a move to the upside in the dollar at midday and gold sort of faded," said David Rinehimer, head of futures research at ...
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